This is a set of training modules for Volunteers of IEEE. These volunteer training modules are meant to help volunteers understand how IEEE functions and to explain the many services IEEE has to offer.
Looking toward the future, IEEE plans to build on nearly 125 years of leadership in the advancement of technology by seeking new ways to meet the challenges that confront humankind. At the same time, the organization will strive to meet the ever-changing needs of its members and enable technical professionals to distinguish themselves in a globally competitive environment.
To do this, the IEEE will continue to make its technological information available in developing nations and those with expanding technological workforce needs. The organization will continue studying changes in the global workplace including the spread of invention, changes in work patterns, and the nature of collaboration in the anywhere, anytime, "always-on" world.
The IEEE has also unveiled new initiatives to reach communities in every part of the globe and to meet local needs in education, accreditation, professional development, information, and technology development and policy
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